Volume 5, Number 3 (9-2005)                   IJPR 2005, 5(3): 113-119 | Back to browse issues page


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Y. Sobouti. Dark matter or the other dynamics. IJPR. 2005; 5 (3) :113-119
URL: http://ijpr.iut.ac.ir/article-1-221-en.html

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  Allowing the energy of a gravitational field to serve partially as its own source allows gravitating bodies to exhibit stronger fields, as if they were more massive. Depending on degree of compaction of the body, the field could be one to five times larger than the Newtonian field. This is a comfortable range of increase in field strength and may prove to be of convenience in the study of velocity curves of spirals, of velocity dispersions in clusters of galaxies and in interpreting the Tully-Fisher or Faber-Jackson relations in galaxies or systems of galaxies. The revised gravitation admits of superposition principle but only approximately in systems whose components are widely separated. The revised dynamics admits of the equivalence principle in that, the effective force acting on a test particle is derived from a potential, and could be elimhnated in a freely falling frame of reference.

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